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Ocean sunfish
Typically adults measure about 1,8 m (5,9 ft) in length and 2,5 (8,2 ft) fin to fin. Weight may vary from 247 to 1000 kg (545 to 2205 lb).
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Geography
19 facts about Mount Elbrus
The highest peak of Europe
Countries
14 facts about Liechtenstein
A tiny alpine country
Cerbera odollam
Until the 19th century, Cerbera seeds were used in Madagascar during the ordeals.
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Geography
19 facts about Lake Tanganyika
One of the oldest lakes in the world
Arc de Triomphe
The monument is made of white limestone.
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Architecture
15 facts about Arc de Triomphe
A memento of Napoleon Bonaparte
Southern cassowary
Cassowaries are closely related to Kiwi birds.
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Architecture
18 facts about Trevi Fountain
The last section of the Acqua Vergine aqueduct
Singapore
The port of Singapore is the world’s second-largest port, after Rotterdam.
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Biography
40 facts about Frederic Chopin
"Chopin Frédéric - a special suitability, a musical genius"
Insects
The insects that survived the late Permian extinction evolved in the Triassic (252 to 201 million years ago).
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Countries
31 facts about Poland
The Republic of Poland
Biography
32 facts about Michelangelo
Multidisciplinary artist
Countries
51 facts about Croatia
Land of a thousand islands
Lighthouse of Alexandria
The lighthouse of Faros was ceremonially opened in 279 BC.
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Countries
23 facts about Bangladesh
One of the poorest countries in Asia
Lake Malawi
The maximum length of the lake is 580 km and the maximum width is 75 km.
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Mona Lisa
In 1913, an English art collector Hugh Blaker discovered a painting in Bath in southwest England that closely resembled the famous Mona Lisa from the Louvre.
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Biography
23 facts about Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali - one of the most recognizable artists of the 20th century.
Singapore
Singapore is an authoritarian country led by the People’s Action Party.
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Geography
20 facts about Lake Malawi
The site of the first naval battle of World War I
Argentina
It has a population of about 45 million people.
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Housefly
Housefly eggs are about 2.5 mm in diameter.
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Croatia
The island of Cres's attraction are carrion-eating griffon vultures, which can spot a carcass even from a distance of several kilometers.
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Brittle stars
The madreporite is a sieve plate with numerous holes that are a part of the skeleton of most echinoderms.
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Nan Madol
One of the Oceania researchers, who was the first to describe Nan Madol  at the end of the 19th century was the Polish ethnographer Jan Kubary.
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Geography
19 facts about Nan Madol
Venice of the Pacific
Yellow spotted lizard
Contrary to popular opinion, they are not venomous reptiles.
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Horseshoe crab
The blood of the horseshoe crab shows a very interesting feature that is used in the biomedical industry.
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California poppy
It is an annual plant. It grows in sunny places, on light, sandy, calcareous soils.
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Animals
18 facts about Crested gecko
Also known as eyelash gecko
Animals
20 facts about Leopard geckos
Also known as panther gecko
Montana
Helena is a state capital, but the most populated city is Billings.
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Animals
14 facts about Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus means "spine lizard."
Architecture
25 facts about Empire State Building
The world's first over 100 floors skyscraper
Architecture
26 facts about Petra
The mysterious city of tombs
Jane Austen
The family lived on his father's modest income of £600 a year.
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